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Ian Duffield

Ian Duffield looks at the invisibility of black people in histories of Britain.

Ian Duffield finds much of interest in a new account of the beginnings of British imperialism

Ian Duffield argues that, more than any other African leader Kwame Nkrumah - together with the man whose examples and ideas gave him so much inspiration, Marcus Aurelius Garvey - was responsible for bringing black people into the mainstream of 20th-century history.